Internet Newspaper by Adam Gnade
Discover Adam Gnade's captivating pocketsize novel, The Internet Newspaper, a nostalgic journey through the early days of the internet and the unconventional world of working at an online daily newspaper. Set in the vibrant landscape of Southern California in the year 2000, Gnade paints a vivid picture of an America long gone—a realm of clumsiness, peculiarity, and boundless innocence, now overshadowed by anger and regression. Within these pages, readers are transported to a realm of HTML coding, late-night revelries turned criminal escapades, drug-induced introspection, and the birth of the ubiquitous "cats on the internet" phenomenon. The Internet Newspaper merges lyricism, darkness, philosophy, and authenticity, embodying the very essence of profound fiction. If you're drawn to works such as Conversations with Friends by Sally Rooney, Roberto Bolaño's The Savage Detectives, Sex and Rage by Eve Babitz, the music of Bright Eyes and the Cure, the delights of Mexican cuisine, the allure of transgressions, the thrill of being a rebellious spirit, and the heartfelt nostalgia of Patti Smith's Just Kids, this novel is a must-read.
Paperback book, 180 pages. Book design by Bran Black Moon. Three One G/Bread & Roses Press, ISBN: 978-1-939899-45-3
- Stock: 10
- Weight: 7.50oz
- Dimensions: 7.00in x 4.25in x 0.50in
- ISBN: 978-1-939899-45-3